Kushiro, Nemuro, Lake Akan, Lake Mashu
This article will introduce charming sights featured in both Japanese sightseeing booklets and in various forms of media that have not been affected by Hokkaido’s recent events, so as to make your visit as smooth and seamless as possible!
Kushiro-Shitsugen National ParkRead Later
Kushiro-Shitsugen, otherwise known as Kushiro Marshland, is Japan’s largest wetland and is found in Kushiroheiya, Hokkaido.
Spanning four cities (Kushiro City, Kushiro Town, Shibecha, and Tsurui), Kushiro-Shitsugen is a precious habitat for many species of wildlife, including waterfowl like the nationally protected Japanese crane.
On top of being designated as a natural national treasure, it is also designated as a National Wildlife Sanctuary and a Special Protection Area, and has also been registered in the international treaty of the Ramsar Convention.
Kushiro, Hokkaido in winter. Beautiful Japanese cranes with dignity in cold, warm up your body with special hot spring and attractive nature views of Kushiro are only available in winter.Read Later
Kushiro （くしろ）is in Kushiro Subprefecture of Hokkaido, where has direct flights from Tokyo Haneda airport.